Format:
Online Classes

Hours:
120 Hours

Finish in as few as:
2-4 Years

Get your BA for $20K for a limited time! Prepare for a psychology career with an online degree from KCC.

Graduates of the Psychology program will come to possess a better understanding and knowledge of human behavior, have a heart for God, and be prepared for service, grace, and understanding both inside and outside the church.  In addition to this, students will learn:

  • Foundational knowledge for work in the field of psychology
  • How to exhibit expertise in critical thinking and scientific inquiry, while doing so in a Biblical context.
  • Individual ethical and social accountability in an increasingly diverse world.
  • Effective discipline-related communications skills.
  • How to document and corroborate ongoing professional development accomplishments within your field of study.

Program Length

This 120-credit-hour degree can be completed in approximately 4 years.

Why Study Psychology at KCC Online?

  • Highly engaged, hands-on online classes with students from all walks of life
  • Professors who are practitioners of the subjects they teach
  • Faculty and staff who are dedicated to getting to know you and providing not only academic support but spiritual support and guidance as well

Program Details

  • Bible and Theology Requirements: 30 hours
  • General Studies Requirements: 30 hours
  • Professional Studies Requirements: 30 hours
  • General Academic Electives: 30 hours
  • Total Bachelor Degree Hours: 120

Career and Ministry Opportunities for Psychology Graduates

A Bachelor of Arts in Psychology can open doors to many different careers, as well as further study at the master’s and Ph.D. levels.

  • Traditional Marketplace: Positions in fields such as counseling, social services, human resources, criminal justice and more!
  • Church and Ministry Work: Pastoral care or counseling positions in church and parachurch organizations
  • Continued Education: Prepare for graduate-level work

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Admission Requirements

  • Simple 5-Minute Application
  • Request official copies of your transcripts be mailed to the address below. OR have official electronic copies sent directly from your schools to: kenneth.merschbrock@kansaschristian.edu OR mailed to:

Kansas Christian College – Professional & Online Studies
7401 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS 66061-1620

  • $40 application fee
  • If you have previously attended college, please provide official copies of your transcripts to the address below. OR, have official electronic copies sent directly from your schools to: merschbrock@kansaschristian.edu

OR mailed to:

Kansas Christian College – Professional & Online Studies
7401 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS 66061-1620

**Only Coursework/Credits with a grade (C) or better may be transferred in.

  • If you are investigating your financial Aid Options and Eligibility, Please complete a FASFA for the coming school year. Kansas Christian Colleges Financial Aid Application Code is: 021689

Psychology Required Courses

Bible and Theology (30)

  • Old Testament Survey (3 credits)
  • New Testament Survey (3 credits)
  • Redemption in the Old Testament (3 credits)
  • Life of Christ (3 credits)
  • Letters of Paul (3 credits)
  • Biblical Theology of Leadership (3 credits)
  • Knowing God (3 credits)
  • Theology of Holiness (3 credits)
  • Bible elective (3 credits)
  • Biblical Counseling (3 credits)

  General Studies (30)

  • English Composition I (3 credits)
  • English Composition II (3 credits)
  • Speech (3 credits)
  • College Success (3 credits)
  • General Psychology (3 credits)
  • Humanities electives (6 credits)
  • Math/science elective (3 credits)
  • Principles of Sociology (3 credits)
  • Technology and Information for College (3 credits)

Professional Studies (30)

  • Organizational and Industrial Psychology (3 credits)
  • Developmental Psychology (3 credits)
  • Abnormal Psychology (3 credits)
  • Social Psychology (3 credits)
  • Theories and Foundation of Counseling (3 credits)
  • Marriage and Family (3 credits)
  • Survival Psychology (3 credits)
  • Research Statistics (3 credits)
  • Psychopathology (3 credits)
  • Senior Portfolio: Psychology (3 credits)

General Electives (30)

Degree Program Faculty